Answers to your top questions about living with psoriasis, including advice on treatments options, diagnosis and different kinds of psoriasis, dating, switching medications, pregnancy, relationships, and more.
"I have psoriasis, but I'm living with it, and I'm living fully with it."
"You have your good days, your bad days. Your good years, your bad years."
"Yoga has really helped look at the ways I’m so hard on myself and to do something about it."
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